As those of you that have been keeping up with me know, I visited my very first immersive art Rainbow Vomit, a colorful immersive art experience located in downtown Dallas, in January of 2019! Visiting Rainbow Vomit in January was not only the beginning of my journey as a blogger, but it was also one of my first times getting out of the house by myself after months of being withdrawn from the outside world due to my symptoms!
7 months later, I have gained a couple of pounds of muscle, taught myself photography, restarted modeling (FINALLY!), and have gone to over 8 immersive and pop-up art exhibits since then! Things sure do change in 7 months, and Rainbow Vomit’s exhibit is no exception! As of August, the artists behind Rainbow Vomit have opened a new visually appealing attraction called “Night Mode”! If you like backlights and have been wanting to see Rainbow Vomit, I would suggest going to Rainbow Vomit “Night Mode” to have your fair share of blacklight fun! Below are some things you might find helpful before your visit:
Things to know before attending Rainbow Vomit Night Mode:
-LOOK FOR THE SECRET ROOM! Hint: it’s close to the entrance and the location is more obvious than you’d think!
-There is a DJ upstairs! This is helpful to know if you want to avoid loud noises or if you want to suggest some music!
-if you have epilepsy, please attend with precaution. There were not normally many flashing lights on or strobes going on during my visit, but there is a possibility that the DJ might choose to flash the lights based on how the crowd is feeling.
-Dress in something that will respond well to blacklight! White and neon colors show up well under blacklight!
-The staff and owners will help you take photos if you ask them! Take as many photos as your heart desires!
-It’s a great date night idea if you want something to do in downtown Dallas after taking your significant other to dinner! My boyfriend was not able to come to Rainbow Vomit “Night Mode” as he wanted to help me out with my duties at home, but I took him to another immersive art exhibit the next day and he loved it so I would recommend attending an immersive art exhibit as a part of date night any day!
-Night Mode is more suitable for adults as it is at night and can be something you do with your friends either before or after bar-hopping or clubbing! To those of you that hate going out to the club or bar (like me), Rainbow Vomit “Night Mode” is one of those things you can do without feeling too much social anxiety!
I personally don’t go clubbing or bar-hopping so Rainbow Vomit “Night Mode” was a wonderful Friday night experience to me that I attended with my good friend Jeremy LaRue! All the photos from my visit to Rainbow Vomit “Night Mode” were shot by Jeremy LaRue and you can see them below!
And now I present to you, the photos from Rainbow Vomit’s secret room!
I hope those of you that are considering visiting Rainbow Vomit “Night Mode” or just Rainbow Vomit attend as it is a visually captivating once-in-a-lifetime experience in a world of colors!
Details/Credits: -dress: Charlotte Russe | -shoes: Steve Madden 2018 | -photographer: Jeremy LaRue